REPERES PARTENARIAT DUCATIF GRUNDTVIG 2009-2011 History of political movements in Europe Nationalism 02/29/2020 The term nationalism denotes a political movement that comes from a set of linguistic, cultural, historical and moral factors, shared by a community of people (people, nation), the peoples right to self-determination (concept of national state) and has its origins in the French Revolution. Nationalist thinking is characterized by the principle that the state is formed by the people (ethnicity) and not the people by the state. This dogma creates a conflict between the peoples claim on the right to self-determination and the states claim to link their inhabitants as state people

in a loyal and lasting way, what results in serious tensions within multinational states. The goals of nationalism are, from the external point of view, a demarcation from the others and, from the internal point of view, weakening the concept of individual. Today the national sovereignty right of nations is rooted in the international law (Article 1 and 55 of the Charter of the United Nations). Storming of the Bastille 2 Conservatism Conservatism is a political ideology that emphasizes the importance of tradition, preserves and affirms the dominant political order and protects the given distribution of power and influence. Thus the three major principles of conservatism are the identity, security and continuity.

Edmund Burke As a political movement, conservatism is the opposite of progressivism. It was born as a movement opposing the ideas of the Renaissance and the principles of reason and criticism. Conservatism is based on the affirmation and the priority of the faith and of the corresponding order (divine or mundane), which reaffirms the hierarchical element (in contradiction to the call for equality expressed by the French Revolution). PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES Edmund Burke Christian democracy The concept of Christian democracy is a political concept, which encompasses variety of meanings. Christian democracy itself is defined as a political philosophy rooted in Catholic and Evangelical social teaching. Originally, the

concept of Christian democracy was born in France. Initially, it was only a program of ecclesiastical reform. In the context of bourgeois revolutions and social upheavals during the industrialization process, the Christian democracy gave birth to a model of political Catholicism, as the opposite of nationalism, liberalism and socialism at the same time. The model is based on the subsidiary principle, fundamental to the democratic and Christian philosophy, and on the principle of "private life before public life" as a priority given to the responsibility of the individual before state intervention. PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES Pope Leo XIII Founder of social support Library of Congress ID cph.3c22745 Liberalism

Liberalism (Latin liber: free, liberalis : relating to freedom, liberal) is a philosophical, economic and political ideology, which aims at establishing individual freedom as a basic principle of economic and social order. According to the liberal thinking, the individual freedom is the essential standard and the surface of a human community, which serves as a source to the constitution of the state and its political and economic order. In the Western world liberalism is considered as the source, if not as a synonym of the perception of a modern, pluralistic democracy. Liberalism was fundamentally inspired by the philosophy of the Renaissance from the second half of the seventeenth century. It often goes together with the economic liberalism. The latter approves of capitalism, free market economy and free trade as a basis on which goods and services are produced and traded over. PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES

John Locke's Treatises of Government 1690 Socialism The concept of socialism was never defined in a nonambiguous way. It includes multiple variations, reformist and social democratic movements, some in agreement with the parliamentary system and democracy, other adopting the communist and totalitarian regimes or authoritarian ones of a revolutionary origin ("real socialism"). The common feature is the perception of society, which regards the private property as a source of unhappiness and for this reason tries to nationalize it. Unlike the liberalism, the socialist theory does not rely only on the equality of human beings before the law, but also on the actual material equality (equitable distribution of the common wealth), with the aim, in the ideal case, of the abolition of social classes. According to the strategy, there are two different movements: The reformist approach leads to the social democracy while the revolutionary approach leads to the real socialism.

PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES Das Kapital von Karl Marx Titelseite der Erstausgabe 1867 Real socialism "Socialism of actual existence" was proclaimed from 1917, by the states under the Communist Party regime, regularly in a one-party system: the Soviet Union, particularly with the CUSP and the Member States of the Eastern European bloc adopting the Soviet regime from 1945. Real socialism in Europe is strongly inspired by the "Stalinism" by Josef Stalin, characterized by a strict regime of terror in favour of accelerated industrialization, collectivization of agriculture, an ethnic homogenization and an abolition of any kind of opposition. Although some of these systems still exist, the real

socialism is considered obsolete since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Josef Stalin ca. 1942 Library of Congress ID fsa.8e00858 PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES Social-democracy Social democracy denotes an international political movement, present in most countries of the world, which is committed to a society characterized by freedom and social peace with democratic means. Until the early 60s of the 20th century, the nationalization of the means of production was one of the goals of social democratic movement. Over the time, originally revolutionary and socialist social democracy, adopted democratic solutions to social problems, contrary to the call for revolution of the working class, proclaimed by the communist movement. In some countries the social democracy is close to the left-wing liberalism, which - unlike the social democracy - does not give the major role to the State when solutions to political problems have to be made. At first, social democracy was more strongly oriented after the structures of a

class society, especially after the working class at the time. The social democracy never thought of itself as linked to only one nation, but as an international movement. The Socialist International is a worldwide confederation of all the socialist and social democratic political parties. Willy Brandt1980 Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-F057884-0009 PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES Communism and Marxism Communism (in Latin communis: common) is an ideology, which refers to the political ideal of a classless society in which private property is abolished and the means of production are shared and accessible to everyone. Communism can be regarded as succeeding stage of socialism, which is still characterized by the attributes of bourgeois society to be overcome. The most common variation of communism is Marxism. The notion of Marxism refers to the global abolition of private ownership of means of production and its transformation into common ownership (nationalization) through the rise to power of the working class (proletarian

dictatorship), a condition necessary for the realization of the classless society. This revolutionary change is seen as the predictable outcome of social conflicts caused by capitalism, a theory distinct from the utopian socialism . The Communist Manifesto written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and Volume III of the Marxs book "Das Kapital" remain the basic works. The authors propagate the international labour fight of working class against the bourgeoisie and describe the position and mission of the communists as the deciding elite within the ruling political parties aware of the historical stakes of the labour movement. . PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES Karl Marx 1875 Fascism Fascism (in Italian fascio: bundle, group, in Latin fascis, Fasces) is the political movement created by Benito Mussolini in 1919, first made up of the fighting troops (fasci di combattimento), which was later established as a political party (Partito Nazionale Fascista)

and dominated Italy from 1922 to 1945. In a broader sense, fascism can be defined as a political system characterized by unparliamentarily, totalitarian and very often anti-Semitic tendencies, using a socio-revolutionary communication. When fascism is in power, the existing order generally remains intact. Unlike ordinary military dictatorships and other authoritarian regimes, fascism is characterized by a broad power base, controlled by the mass organizations under strict central control. A typical attribute of fascism is the conflict between democracy, liberalism and socialism. Unification between the party and the state is considered. Benito Mussolini 1929 Bundesarchiv Bild 102-08300 PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES National-socialism The concept of national-socialism refers to the ideology of the movement founded and organized in a decisive manner by Adolf

Hitler (NSDAP: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei), which gained influence from 1920 to 1932, grew into a powerful party from 1930, which determined the policy of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and which collapsed in 1945 with the collapse of the German Reich. National-socialism is a radically anti-Semitic, anti-communist and anti-democratic ideology, based on the Fuehrerprinzip (leader principle). It differs from fascism by a radical transformation of the states organization and by strong control of the society. National-socialist theory of racial hygiene and the theory Jewish world conspiracy were part of it. National-socialism put the national socialism in opposition to international socialism and to social democracy and combined racist nationalism with certain anti-capitalist claims of socialist origin while rejecting the nationalization of the means of production, main goal of original socialism. Reichsparteitag der NSDAP 1935 National Archives and Records Administration PROJET GRUNDTVIG - REPERES

02/29/2020 Diagram 12 Sources Bundesarchiv Koblenz www.bundesarchiv.de Library of Congress National Archives and Records Administration 02/29/2020 Wikimedia 13 AUTHOR AND : THOMAS HECKEBERG, EUNET, 2011

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